Emily Gottreich

Associate Adjunct Professor
340 Stephens Hall

Professor Gottreich is co-Chair of the Middle Eastern Studies major and Vice Chair of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, as well as Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of History and in IASTP/MES. Though trained as a historian of North Africa, with a focus on Morocco, she enjoys struggling with the interdisciplinarity of Area Studies. She currently teaches the undergraduate methods course in Middle Eastern Studies (MES 102), and the seminar "Jews and Muslims," cross-listed between History and MES. Her research interests include Muslim-Jewish relations, cities in the Middle East and North Africa, Moroccan society, and constructions of Sephardic, Mizrahi, and Arab Jewish identity. But most importantly, she got her B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from UC Berkelely!


Semester Course Title Syllabus
Spring 2016 100M Jews and Muslims
Fall 2011 100.005 Jews and Muslims